The Start-up visa route will replace the existing Tier 1 (Graduate) visa category. This scheme is for migrants seeking to establish a business in the UK for the first time.
The applicants will need to be supported by endorsing bodies and business experts:
Under Appendix W of the Immigration Rules, the new Start-up Scheme is for young talented entrepreneurs. In addition, the English language requirement has been increased to B2.
The successful applicants will be granted leave for 2 years and they are allowed to switch to the Innovator category in order to continue developing their businesses in the UK. Please note that the Start-up visa route does not lead to settlement in the UK, but will count towards the long residence.
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